By: Patrick D Nunn
357 pages, B/w photos, illus, figs, tabs, maps
Tackles how to plan effectively in the Pacific Basin by understanding the kinds of changes which have occurred, their magnitude and recurrence, particularly the incidence of short-lived magnitude events which have the potential to cause major disruption to environments.
It provides a useful introduction to the subject... --Journal of Quaternary Science, Vol 16/3, 2001
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